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Old 05-12-2019, 11:48 PM   #1
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Hi y'all! It's me again lol I have a question about the curtains. mine came with absolutely none however I have about 59 curtain rods LOL there seems to be slots for curtains everywhere can anyone let me know what exactly it supposed to look like? exactly how are they supposed to be put up I mean I get curtains obviously LOL but I don't understand why there are multiple rods. Thank you in advance. 1998 18' Tow Lite
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Old 05-12-2019, 11:56 PM   #2
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I'm making my own curtains so I don't wanna mess it up.
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Most windows had top and bottom rods. Are there any attaching points there?
You could look at the pictures in the Hi-Lo brochures that are in the forum library.
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Found some. Thank you!!!
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The unique part of curtain rods is they can't stick out very far. In other words they have to be able to slide down the wall when the RV is put in the lowered position. Look at back posts for ideas. Maybe velcro can be used.
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You know, Velcro is an excellent idea! Ty!
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Some even remove the curtains for travel. That way their is no chance of getting them caught. I have one spot of inperfect wall board behind my ref. I found a welcome hanging that I put up with velcro. It covers the problem up and makes it beautiful and welcoming.
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I started painting the interior walls an off white and I think I am going to remove the curtains for travel as well. Ty!
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